I love my cardigans. If I could choose only one add-on to an outfit to use for the rest of my life, the cardigan would probably be it. Keep Reading
If I were to chart the days of the week I’ve work this dress in the two years I’ve owned it, I wouldn’t be surprised to discover that I’ve worn this most on Mondays. Keep Reading
A while back I wrote about how I turned an ill-fitting dress to a versatile skirt with the help of a tailor. I quickly withdrew into a pensive mood and ruminated over the implications: what is it that drives us to over-purchase, only to be disappointed when the garment under-delivers?
I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve occasionally fallen prey to the temptations of an impulse buy. After some thought, I’ve come to the conclusion that the culprit behind impulse buying is probably a single-minded fixation on a singular aspect that eclipses all of the garment’s shortcomings. In short: that print on that skirt you’re eyeing is just TOO unique that you HAVE to have it, only to realize later that it’s way too short, the fabric is translucent, and there is no way to return it.
Fortunately, as previously demonstrated, all may not be lost. Below, another example of my folly and my subsequent attempt to redeem the offending garment:
Context: I fell in love with the cheerful cherry print on this red-and-white dress (top left) and bought it on the spot for Php350 in Greenhills tiangge, intending it to be an Easter dress. To my chagrin, I discovered that the dress was so short that wearing it to church would have been asking for excommunication. Keep Reading
As a Field Sales Executive, Val is often dressed down as her job entails constant meetings outside with the company’s customers, store checks and plenty of time on the road. Keep Reading
All I wanted this weekend was to take a long, happy walk, window-shop my favorite stores, and browse the supermarket for fresh fruits and vegetables to bring home.
I think this was a dress made for strolling. Keep Reading